From David Rosenberg’s article for Slate:

When Rachel Papo moved to Woodstock, New York, in 2010, she met a mother who was home-schooling her 5-year-old daughter. Papo had never met anyone who home-schooled his or her child and was intrigued. Turned out, it was fairly common in the area. Over the next couple of years, Papo photographed these students along with their families for her series “Homeschooled”; she currently has a Kickstarter campaign to help turn it into a book.

“I choose a topic that I think will have some kind of visual interest, and then I kind of dive in and spend a few hours and let them do what they do, and I follow them around,” she said. “I never really plan anything.”

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